WATCH: Josh Donaldson's mad dash in extras sweeps Rangers


The Toronto Blue Jays won their 2016 war with the Texas Rangers. The Blue Jays defeated the Rangers in 10 innings in Game 3 of their American League Division Series on Sunday night at Rogers Centre to complete a sweep and punch their ticket to the ALCS. Toronto walked off with the victory after Texas second baseman Rougned Odor committed a throwing error while trying to complete a double play, allowing Josh Donaldson to race around from second base with the winning run.The mad dash home: #postseason‌ — MLB (@MLB) October 10, 2016 Donaldson led off the bottom of the 10th inning with a double. Rangers reliever then intentionally walked Edwin Encarnacion and struck out Jose Bautista swinging, bringing up Russell Martin with runners at first and second with one out. Martin hit a sharp ground ball into the hole that Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus snagged and tossed to Odor at second base for an out. Odor’s throw to first base landed in the dirt, thou

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